Ashbrooke hope to keep moving in the right direction

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FOLLOWING their victory at the weekend which lifted them out of the bottom six of the Wearside League, Ashbrooke Belford House aim to continue their climb up the table when they line up against Wolviston at Silksworth tonight.

Manager Tommy Dobbing though cannot call upon Steven Halliday or Glen Moan but Martin Deacon returns.

Wolviston have slipped to fifth from bottom and once again are under strength. Shaun Gregory, Luke Bennington, Anthony Brown and Adam Iveson are all sidelined.

Peterlee Town have home advantage over Gateshead Leam Rangers but manager Don Naylor is forced into changing a winning side.

Steve Hockaday and Rob Huntley are definite out but Phil Hickman is available.

Leam Rangers have slipped to fourth from the basement and they cannot name injured pair Ray Kennedy or Keith Simpson.

Willington will attempt to make it 10 straight wins at home to Hartlepool.

James Seymour is out with a groin injury but a boost is the availability of Danny Lee, who made an earlier than expected return at the weekend when he scored twice.

Reece Marshall comes into contention and Graeme Lazenby may play a part following his recovery from injury.

Hartlepool have all three goalkeepers Andy Fletcher, Mark Bell and Jamie Lawrence on the injured list. They are attempting to sign Matthew Brown on loan from Billingham Town.

Danny Wilson and Rob Ferguson are named but Paul Vickers cannot turn out.

Two players who have completed lengthy suspensions line up for Boldon CA at home to Cleator Moor Celtic.

Goalkeeper Jak Wells and midfielder Shaun Carroll boost Boldon’s chances but Mark Williams is out after being handed a ban for five yellow cards.